Larissa Noury

Born in Belorussia. She lives and works in Paris, Montmartre.

Artist-painter and Architect-colourist, she has PhD in Art &  Architecture, Polytechnic School in Minsk and Academy of Fine Arts, Saint Petersbourg

PhD in History of Arts, University Michel de Montagne, Bordeaux

Professor of Colour ITECOM Art& Design, Paris

Guest researcher-colourist, Scandinavian Colour Institute, Stockholm

Professor of Colour, Department of Arts, Bordeaux & High School of Arts & Techniques Paris

President-founder of CEC “Colour-Space-Culture” International Association

Museum & Collections

Museum of Colours, Berlin, Germany 

MS Museum of Art, Mississippi, Grats Décor, San Francisco, USA

Ministry of Culture, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  

Ningbo People’s Museum, China

Kyungpook National University’s Art Museum, Dae-Gu, South Korea

Museum of Contemporary Art, ХIAO, Malaysia 

Museum Yavorov, Bulgary, Museum of Vine, Paris, France

Museum of Modern Art, Paris, GLDF-Grand Loge de France             


  • Golden Medal of International Lepine competition, Foire de Paris                                                                                                                        
  • Silver Medal of Academic Society ”Arts-Sciences-Letters”    
  • Grant of the Ministry of Culture, National Center of Book – CNL, France
  • Great Price of the Union of the Architects, Moscow, Russia
  • Great Price of the Swedish Institute, Stockholm
  • Great Price of the George Soros Foundation, United States of America



In France:

Grand Palais, ART CAPITAL, Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, Museum of Vine, Gallery «Аrtésienne», Gallery "LA PLACE“, "Terrass Hotel”, Carrousel of Louvre, Maison Radio France, Center « Art & Liberty » of Charenton, « I-Gallery », Center Faubourg St Honoré; Citadel of Calvi, Corse; Médiatheque of Jean Cocteau, Massy; House of Europe, Gallery Bernanos…


Sydney-Narooma-Bega Valley-Queen StGallery & University NSW Sydney (Australia); Hilton Union Square, Mishin Gallery, Vitkovsky Fine Art Museum & Gallery, Grats Décor, San Francisco-French Institute DC & Dupond Cercle, Washington-Cascade Locks, Lorang Gallery, Littman Gallery, Portland, (USA); Bhubaneswar  and Jaipur (India), Irbid Art Gallery (Jordan), Escarros, Cairo (Egypte); Solar city & Embassy of Belarus in Tokyo (Japan); Castello del Valentino, Turin (Italy); Rotana Hotel, Al Ain (United Arab Emirates); Northern Rock Foundation Hall, Newcastle (Grande Bretagne); Ningbo People’s Museum, The Bund Museum, Shanghai (Chine); Museum of Fine Arts, Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam); Museum Yavorov, Gallery Nicolas Manev, Chirpan (Bulgaria); AIC2010 Mar del Plata (Argentine); French Center, Madrid (Espagne); The City Hall of Penang (Malaysia), MOMA, Daegu (South Korea); Gallery «Fitares» of Sintra, (Portugal)…


President Founder of “Coloure-Space-Culture” international Association Larissa Noury, PhD in Arts (Bordeaux, 2003) and Architecture (Saint Petersburg, 1988), author of two books "Colour in the city" and "Symbolic of colours," is the most original colorist of Montmartre, France. Golden medal of International Lepine competition.  Her artwork offers the luxury of combining freedom with inner strength. This alliance characterizes all her works, imbued with poetry where love and dreamlike fantasy prevail; reminding us of Monet's impressionism, Chagall's paintings with romantic colors or Kandinsky's compositions by improvised movements. She has done more than 30 solo shows, and group exhibitions in France, the United States, Australia, Spain, Korea, Malaysia, and other places in the world. Her work is in many private collections and in five museums. She created a collection of painted dresses with J.M.Pujol who was working at Yves Saint Laurent's atelier and presented her film "Dream of Harmony" which is about new technology in art. The combination of images and music makes you plunge into the inside of yourself in a splendid contemplation.
Larissa Noury is an atypical artist. The Slavic artist has lived and worked in Paris, Montmartre since 1998. Whether through her paintings or her photo-engravings on tissue, she seeks to create a harmony of tactile light and immaterial colors. Her style is original and inventive. Her work expresses a world born from her high sensitivity: the color layers are superimposed as strata and give free reign to the imagination. The employed artistic means are both unique and universal; they are a mix of quasi-musical movements, forms, and color harmonies.
Everything seems simple, but this poetic space is nevertheless a very unique and astonishing pictorial universe: no center of gravity, without borders, without any forms that could be clearly defined. But we shouldn't be mistaken; the impulsive forces of her compositions are just the opposite of simplicity.

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